Earth Camp will be held at Hillside Park July 1 - 30 from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m., rain or shine.
Now in its seventh year, the children’s summer day camp is a state-approved educational program with interactive experiences that allow for supervised exploration of the wonders of nature through science, art and recreation. Children entering fifth sixth and seventh grades this fall will participate in rocket making, water discovery, volcano making, water painting, clay pottery, fishing canoeing and more. Special guests will share their skills on Zumba, self defense, seine fishing and more.
Earth Camp’s staff is led by Director Emily Rinaldi, with programming from four professional educators Meredith Salmon, Steve Colger, Justin Collins, Colleen Kuzma, Environmental Consultant Brandon Tufano and education major Joe Devine.
The program cost is $125 for 18 days.It is supported by an AEIO and You grant and a PAWC grant. Limited spaces remain. Additional information and a registration from can be found online at www.hillsidepark.net.